October 4, 2023 3 min read


Apparat Gaming’s Titles Debut in Spain with Paf

The integration of the games from the provider is facilitated by Pariplay's Ignite Platform and strengthens Paf's offering in Spain

The developer of slots that stand out with a distinct German accent, Apparat Gaming, announced a new European-facing partnership. The company announced Wednesday it signed a groundbreaking collaboration with Paf, powering the operator’s offering for the regulated gambling market in Spain. The new deal complements Apparat Gaming’s growth and helps expand significantly the reach of its engaging products.

Under the terms of the new deal, Paf’s Spanish game offering will expand with the addition of seven games from Apparat that have secured certification for the market. Such include popular video and classic slot games like Fruit Storm, Total Eclipse, 40 Sevens, Pharaoh Princess, The Warlock’s Book, 7 Supernova Fruits, as well as Jack Potter and The Book of Dynasties.

Currently, Apparat Gaming is renowned for its extensive range of games that feature a distinct German accent. The company’s thrilling titles offer quality graphics and are backed by solid engineering. Apparat’s games have gained a lot of popularity across Europe, including its home market in Germany, as well as the UK and Switzerland, among other jurisdictions. Now, in light of the deal with Paf, the company anticipates seeing the same success in Spain as well.

The integration with Paf in the European country was facilitated by the Ignite Platform, a powerful solution offered by Pariplay. This strategic process enabled the operator to integrate seamlessly the games from Apparat into its lobby.

The Groundbreaking Collaboration Brings Excitement

Ashley Bloor, Pariplay’s recently appointed director of partnerships, revealed that the recent deal between Paf and Apparat reaffirms the potential and capabilities of the Ignite Platform. Finally, she explained: “Through this collaboration, it’s evident that our services not only provide significant added value for both operators and suppliers but also pave the way to new regulated markets and opportunities for our valued partners.”

Eric Castro, Paf’s head of games content, was delighted about the new agreement with Apparat. He spoke about the unique portfolio of games the company offers and highlighted its distinct features. Last but not least, Castro said that it is exciting to see Apparat’s games power Paf’s offering in Spain.

We could not ask for a better launch partner than Paf, and Pariplay has proven once again that it is one of the best companies in the industry when it comes to integrations for regulated markets.

Martin Frindt, chief product officer at Apparat Gaming

Martin Frindt, Apparat’s chief product officer, acknowledged the incredible potential the regulated gambling sector in Spain holds. He revealed that Pariplay and Paf are the perfect partners for the company that can help propel its growth and expansion in the region. In conclusion, Frindt predicted that Apparat’s games are going to be well-received and gain popularity among Spanish players.


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